finding a good recipe for something i can eat in these bipedal primate cookbooks can be a difficult, if not impossible, job — especially ones that involve crunchy bones and warm viscera.
seeing as i am getting to used a dietary switchover [*carbohydrates in my original vet & breeder approved "premium" food were making me very ill (i shall spare you the dirty details)], finding new foods i like and that are good for me involve trips to specialty pet food stores. the ones i love right now and that don't make me sick are fromm's & wysong [woohoo, pheasant!]. discovering treats without unknown ground processed body parts, flour and grains in them isn't too easy. i did find a few like this and this. fish and beef liver — yum! click here to get free sample and enter for a chance to win a case from benny bully's.
[*see my links list for information about feeding your cats a proper & appropriate diet].
i love these too. well, at least now i do since i figured out only a few months back it's not just a toy. i was a
if your cat is not allergic and can tolerate carbs, these sound good.
1 c Whole wheat flour
1/4 c Soy flour
1 ts catnip*
1/3 c Milk
2 tb Wheat germ
1/3 c Powdered milk
1 tb unsulfured molasses
2 tb Butter or vegetable oil
*Catnip's strong scent pleases cats. Add to toys, or just sprinkle for them to roll and play in, and even eat. Catnip aids digestion.
Preheat oven to 350F. Mix dry ingredients together. Add molasses, egg, oil and milk. Roll out flat onto oiled cookie sheet and cut into small, cat bite-sized pieces. Bake for 20 minutes. Let cool and store in tightly sealed container.
recipe from Massachusetts SPCA from Best Friends March 1995
Potatoes Au Feline or Canine
Yield: 6 Servings
3 c Boiled sliced potatoes
2 tb Grated vegetables [no onions!!]
1/2 c Creamed cottage cheese
1 tb Nutritional yeast
2 tb Grated carrots
1/4 c Whole milk
1/4 c Grated cheese
Layer the first 5 ingredients into a casserole dish. Then pour the milk on top of all; sprinkle with cheese. Bake about 15 minutes at 350F until cheese melts and slightly browns. Serve cool.
As a potato substitute, you can use 3 cups of cooked oatmeal or 3 cups cooked brown rice.
Source: Deborah Lawson, Knight News Service, Watertown Daily Times
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